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BY NICK ST. DENISHere's some light reading for the early part of your hump day:The Patriots hosted a pair of offensive linemen, as well as a linebacker, for recent pre-draft visits.Another quarterback prospect visited the Bills, to the surprise of no one.Most of Kevin Kolb's contract is incentive-based.Veteran offensive lineman Eric Winston still doesn't have a team. Why?Patriots defensive back Alfonzo Dennard will be sentenced Thursday.There's a certain tight end a certain Dolphins beat writer thinks Miami should draft.Tight end Jeff Cumberland signed his tender with the Jets.Follow Nick @NickStDenisFollow AFC East Daily @AFCEastDaily
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The Buffalo Bills inked a deal with QB Kevin Kolb, a move which was made official yesterday. Kolb proclaimed that he signed with the Bills while having every intention of bringing a Super Bowl victory to the Bills. Whether or not that actually happens remains to be seen but the fact of the matter is that Kolb might have but just one season under center for the Bills to achieve his...
Even though Buddy Nix believes Kevin Kolb has a shot to win the Bills’ starting quarterback job, it doesn’t mean they’re going to pay him like a starter.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Bills are paying Kolb like a back up. PFT has the details.
The truth, as a league source with knowledge of the deal tells PFT, is that the contract “screams backup.”
Monday, Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb sounded pretty excited about getting another shot to prove his worth in the NFL.Buffalo's brass sounded equally excited.Kolb, a six-year vet, holds a 28/25 touchdown-to-interception ratio and has completed nearly 60 percent of his passes in his career. And while many associate the 28-year-old's time in the league with harsh...
Kolb has escaped the drums of Arizona, and now he’s feeling a bit cocky. Kolb was introduced to the Buffalo media, and let it be known that he was there to win a ring, period.
#Bills QB Kevin Kolb: “I’m here to win a Super Bowl. Period.”
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) April 8, 2013
“It’s good to come to an organization like this,” Kolb said. “They’re hungry...
By JOHN WAWROW
AP Sports Writer
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Having already squandered two chances to prove himself as an NFL starter, quarterback Kevin Kolb arrived in Buffalo on Monday eager for a third opportunity.
"This is a big chance for me," Kolb said, shortly after officially signing a two-year contract potentially worth more than 12 million. He agreed to the deal...
Hot News for QB Kevin Kolb
Newly signed Buffalo quarterback Kevin Kolb wasted no time in making a Super Bowl his goal for his Bills team.
Hot News for QB Kevin Kolb
Kevin Kolb isn’t guaranteed to be the starting quarterback in Buffalo when the 2013 season begins, but that isn’t keeping him from having high expectations.
Kolb, who signed with the Bills last week, was introduced at an introductory press conference on Monday and expressed some lofty goals for the time with his new team.
“I’m here to win a Super Bowl. Period,” Kolb said...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Dallas Cowboys are working on signing free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston.
Cowboys now in talks to sign former Chiefs OT Eric Winston.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 8, 2013
Update: Now there’s a report that Schefter’s report is untrue and the Cowboys arent working on signing Winston.
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The Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs free agent right
tackle Eric Winston have mutual interest in reaching an agreement, according to
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
Hear there's mutual interest between ex-#Chiefs RT Eric Winston and the #Cowboys. Dallas also looked into Tyson Clabo. Still have Doug Free
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 8, 2013
Talks between Winston and...
The Dallas Cowboys are interested in signing free agent tackle Eric Winston to a deal. In order to sign Winston the Cowboys will need to find space under the salary cap.
In order to sign Winston the Cowboys are set to ask Doug Free to take a pay cut according to Ian Rapoport.
Free is set to make $7 million this year but it is far more likely that the Cowboys release him before the...
IRVING, Texas There are two problems with the reports that have the Dallas Cowboys simultaneously negotiating a pay-cut contract for incumbent right tackle Doug Free while also negotiating a free-agent contract for prospective right tackle Eric Winston:
Problem 1: That simultaneous orchestration doesn't make sense.
Problem 2: That simultaneous orchestration isn't happening...